Playing videos with either JW Player or HTML5 video tag with Wowza
Graeme Bull authored this on Aug 04, 2012
In this tutorial we cover using the JW Player or the HTML5 video tag to play a video from Wowza Media Server. This is a follow up to the previous tutorial of using either Wowza or a web server to serve up the video and talks about how to use Wowza Media Server for all streaming.
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